When versatility is required and speed of importance, welders turn to MIG (metal insert gas) welding. It’s one of the most common forms of industrial welding and is sometimes performed automatically by automation rather than by hand.
MIG welding is a form of arc welding that uses a shielding gas to protect the weld area while it’s being welded.
Why do we need MIG welders?
MIG welders are highly versatile and can be used to weld a variety of metals, which has made it highly popular in the industrial area for speed of application.
They’ve been in continuous development since they were first invented and there are now a number of different variations of MIG welders, such as synergic/pulse machines using a variety of new innovation like coldMIG and highPULSE.
It is the most simplest of welding processes and is easy to perform, making it user friendly and productive.
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